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Sorry all!  Like all technology something went amiss and people were unable to comment on stories.  That is not what I want.  I think I fixed the issue so let’s continue the conversations! Ryan Brett

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Changing Paths (First Amendment Audits)

So recently I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to meet with a local (Southern California) auditor.  This particular auditor caught my attention due to their work in the area, and their approach to handling First Amendment audits.  I recognized their professional approach to this emerging field, and their ability to educate through, what…

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First Amendment Audits; from Protagonist to Antagonist

  The early beginnings of the First Amendment Audit movement were mainly aimed at police.  Auditors were either silent or very cooperative and polite, as to not incite any type of police action.  During the early stages, these audits shocked the conscious of the public due to the police over-reacting to a cordial and professional…

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Thinking…That’s all…

Good morning everyone.  I was just lost in thought and conversation with another police officer here at the office.  We were talking about the current “mood” if you will in modern policing and I must say we are at a crossroads. More so now than ever, police officers are being trained with a more analytical…

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This Just In!

Just a quick note to say that the annual CALRO training seminar is coming up, June 5th and 6th in Palm Springs! We have a great training line up to include labor and expressive activity, First Amendment Audits, and immigration protest issues. Look for a training flyer soon on this page or on our Facebook…

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2018 Turkey Shoot Golf Tournament

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Hey all. The 2018 CALRO Turkey Shoot fundraising golf tournament is just around the corner, Friday November 2, 2018 at the Montebello Country Club (901 Via San Clemente, Montebello Ca. 90640). Please get a team together and join us on the links for an afternoon of fun, golf, and friends! Info is available on our…

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Audits. Why are we not getting it?

Good afternoon folks. I just reviewed another (yes another) YouTube video on a First Amendment Audit which I could say was a failure.  The department (which I will not name) will likely be sued and pay a bit for the arrest of a single camera man, who was taking video and pictures of the outside…

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2018 CALRO Conference is a WRAP!

            The annual California Association of Labor Relations Officer’s labor training was a great success this year.  The conference was held at the amazing Omni Rancho Las Palmas Hotel in Rancho Mirage, California.  Attendees received two days of training in labor disputes and protected speech type demonstrations, solicitors, and other…

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National Walkout

  First Amendment right to express in action: On March 14th, schools across this great nation allowed for students to walk out in support of and to bring awareness to school violence and gun violence.  This was a clear demonstration of the First Amendment in action, and I personally think that the districts who allowed…

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The Labor Injunction

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Deprived of the criminal law as a weapon to use against labor, employers in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries resorted to the courts for a different kind of assistance: the injunction. An injunction is an order from a court requiring some one to do something or to refrain from doing something.  If the person under…

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